VS for Asking Preferred Honors Via Grand Slam

This solution I invented for grand slam bidding sequences, hanging on the method, that after discovering our strength and keycards, we can discover special, preferred honors in partner's hand, which have main importance not only via grand slam, but also …

VS Zone Table For Beginners

Bridge is complicated, but using the brilliance of the points system we can bid super precise contracts. The zone table takes it to the next level and by adding a little bit more abstraction it opens up whole new possibilities …

VS for the 1NT and 2NT-4NT Quantitative

The 4NT quantitative slam invitation bid is something every bridge player uses, but it's important to clear up a few things about this convention. Usually when the 3NT would have been a natural sign-off, the 4NT is a natural, non-forcing …

VS When Our Stayman Is Doubled

I invented this convention to be as exact as possible, in order to decide, how strong we are in ♣, even playing 2♣ redoubled, and to play some suit contracts from the right hand, in case of 1NT-P-2♣ double is …

VS Relay for 1Major-2Major Simple Raise

There is a number of conventions for these situations. We can play short suit game try, long suit game try, help bid - not necessarily showing length, but definitely not short in need of honors.

These conventions are declaring the …

VS to Strong 2NT Opening Part 1 – Introduction

My method is provided for 2NT as a (19+) 20-22 balanced or semi-balanced opening bid, that can contain positional weaker hands, especially in the 3rd and 4th position. In 6 parts, I would like to give a complete picture with …

VS to Strong 2NT Opening Part 2 – Stayman-V

Why do we use Stayman-V and not Puppet? Our goal is to almost always play from the strong hand, which is why we use the Smolen convention for instance. To achieve this, we have to give up the Puppet relay. …

VS to Strong 2NT Opening Part 3 – Jacoby Transfers

Continuation after Jacoby Transfer to hearts or spades, with a Vikor Solution to the new minor suit rebids after Jacoby transfer.

The principle is, that responder describes his hand with his 2nd bid later. His 3NT rebid can hold unbalanced …

VS to Strong 2NT Opening Part 4 – Minor Stayman

Continuation after 2NT-3♠ (both minors, 4+,4+ at least slam invitational or 5+-5+game forcing. This situation is not very common - it contains 2 types of hands, either we have very unbalanced, both minor orientated hand, or we would like to …